The Architecture of Key West- Garden Lecture SeriesTuesday 11/26
Key West is the largest historical district of wooden structures on the US Department of the Interior’s National Register of Historic Places. The charm of Old Town can be attributed to the eclectic mix of over 3,000 wooden buildings constructed throughout the 19-Century; some of which were built in the Bahamas and brought to Key West. The durability of Key West Homes is a testament to the skills of marine carpenters who used rot-resistant Dade County Pine. In her presentation, art historian Snow Philip will discuss the wide variety of styles and influences that led to Key West’s unique architectural fusion.
Gates will open at 6:00 PM. Admission: $25, OIRF members $15. Water and soft drinks will be available for sale.
Time6:00pm - 8:00pm
VenueThe Garden at the Oldest House Museum
Address322 Duval Street
Key West, FL 33041 322 Duval Street Key West, FL 33041
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